Tubbercurry (@1.5) vs Coolera-Strandhill (@3.0)

Our Prediction:

Tubbercurry will win

Tubbercurry – Coolera-Strandhill Match Prediction | 22-09-2019 09:00

A brilliant individual goal by David O'Reilly mid-way through the 2nd half proved to be the decisive score. However a plucky Shamrock Gels outfit battled gamely almost securing a share of the spoils. Next up in this competition is the visit of perennial favourites Tourlestrane. A last gasp free kick converted by the reliable boot of Com McManus earned our senior footballers their first brace of points in this year's division one league.

Alas, the damage was done in the first half, and a nice point from substitute Darren Coleman merely underlined that fact. When experienced forward Barry O' Mahony scored a goal, it seemed that Coolera/Strandhill could mount an improbable comeback. As for Coolera/Strandhill, the are to look ahead to a meeting with Shamrock Gaels. In the end the match finished 2-11 to 1-09, with Coolaney/Mullinabreena running out comfortable winners. Up next for Coolaney/Mullinabreena are local rivals Tubbercurry, a match with implications for the championship.

Farnans in Ransboro last Monday. UNDER 16 GIRLS FINISH ON A HIGH The under 16 girls finished their championship campaign with a convincing win over St. Others on the scoresheet were midfield pair Cliodhna O Sullivan and Holly Gilligan, as well as Amy Deering, and Shona Dalton. Even goalkeeper Beibhinn Harte, enjoying a run outfield in the second half got in on the act scoring 1-03, but the biggest cheer was for Keri Mitchell who capped a great individual display with an excellent long range point to bring the match to an end. The girls were in control from the first whistle to the last scoring an impressive 9-11 in the process. Team; Beibhinn Harte, Ciara Lindsay, Julia Cybula, Cliodhna Davitt (Lauren Dalton), Amy Hampson, Keri Mitchell, Cliodhna O Sullivan, Holly Gilligan, Amy Deering, Shona Dalton, Ellen Walsh, Grace Molloy, Anna McDaniel. Anna McDaniel had a hat-trick of goals before half time, while Grace Molloy continued to enjoy her transition from defence to attack contributing 1-02.

Murphy saves the day with late point for Coolera/Strandhill

They go on to play their first game of the group stages against Leitrim on Saturday 6th April in Sligo IT grounds at 6pm. Please support the girls. Please support the girls. The Minor squad is up against Leitrim on Monday 1st of April at 6pm in Sean O'Heslins Ballinamore. Gaels), Aimee Oates (Drumcliff), Lisa McLoughlin (Drumcliff), Sinead Regan (Drumcliff), Orla O'Dowd (Eastern Harps), Shannon Doherty (Eastern Harps), Megan McCormack (Eastern Harps), Eimear Henry (Eastern Harps), Leanne Powell (Eastern Harps), Meave Duffy (Eoghan Rua), Aimie Cawley (Eoghan Rua), Nora O'Reilly (Geevagh), Sinead Mohan (Geevagh) Leah Kelly (St Farnans), Aisling Egan (St Marys), Emma Gallagher (St Marys), Kayleigh Haran (St Michaels), Sorcha Codd (St Michaels), Lisa Flynn (St Molaise Gaels), Cliona McGowan (St Molaise Gaels), Deidre Byrne (St Molaise Gaels), MaryAnn O'Kennedy (St Nathys), Katie Reynolds (St Nathys), Molly Kennedy (Tourlestrane), Meave Normally (Tourlestrane). After a very successful Connacht blitz and a series of trials the U14 management had to come up with a panel of 30 to take to the upcoming games. The following are the selected players: Roisin Faughnan (Ballymote),Lisa McGrath(Ballymote), Attracta Halloran (Coolera), Leah Gannon (C.T.

Overallit was much improved display by the team from the Castleconnor match with KevinDavitt and Aidan Moran making key interceptions throughout the match and TadghDogget and Jack McDaniell stopping the running game of Tubber assisted bymidfielders Oisin Hennessey and Jack Feeney. The forwards of Shane OLoughlin,Oisin Whelan, Ronan Adams and Mark Keane took some fine scores and won vitalfrees throughout the match.

Ciara Healy continued her goal-scoring run with a well taken effort, and ClaireStenson, making the switch from defence to attack, notched up a point. Jacqui herself would finish with 0-03, while Mary and Ruthshared four points. In defence, Jacqui Mulligan was well supported byAislinn Doggett, Caoimhe O Sullivan, and Laura Joyce, while Kaela Kerrigan wasalso very effective in curbing many Curry attacks. WithJacqui Mulligan dominant at centre half back and the midfield pair of MaryStenson and Ruth Goodwin running tirelessly to set up numerous scoringopportunities, the girls were to run up an impressive tally of 4-17 to theiropponents 3-05. The juniorladies finished their league campaign in style with a comprehensive victoryover Curry in Scarden last Wednesday. There were very impressive performances also from CaraGilligan and ilis Callaghan. Top scorer Laura-Ann Laffey contributed 2-05, whileAttracta Halloran was once again very effective at half forward and added 0-04. Substitute Grinne Redmond finished the scoring with a well placed shot to thecorner of the net. It was a satisfactoryconclusion to a league that was to be a real learning experience for theyounger players, and the manner in which the team played the latter stages showspromise for the championship.

UNDER 13/UNDER 15 DEVELOPMENT HURLING Congratulations to Conor Finan, Thomas Kinane, Shane O'Loughlin, Mark Keane, Hubert Healy, Luke Gilgan, Eoghan Fenton, Cathal Hughes, Jack McDaniel and Oisin Whelan who were part of the Sligo U13 Development squad that won the Connacht Shield on Saturday in Bekan, Centre of Excellence. Mark playing at centre back and captain for the day picked up the Player of the Final award. The boys on duty were Jaime Walsh, Rory Kinane, Jack Feeney Mark McDaniel, Tadgh Doggett, Oisin Hennessy. Hopefully we will see all these boys grace Croke Park in the future for Sligo hurling. Double Congratulations were the order of the day as there were six Coolera/Strandhill hurlers on The Sligo County U15 Development panel who won the Tier 2 Cup beating Donegal in the final, having overcome Fermanagh in the semi. Eight of the lads started the final while the other two lads came on, all contributing handsomely to a winning performance.

Will Kevin Banks be able to keep the Easkey attack at bay, he will need help and any frees will be punished. This is a game where Rory McHugh could let the shackles off and if that happens the men from the west should make their place in the semifinals and have Coolera looking for an update from Kent park. Easkey were expected to already be qualified. Will the county champions not make the semi finals. Coolera/Strandhill v Easkey The tie of the round with so much at stake for both teams. Eoin Comerford has been coming back to form in the last few games and will need a game like he played v Cavan earlier in the year to match McHugh. Joe McHugh has been shooting the lights out since his return from across the water but Coolera have Larry Cadden back too.

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Michael's of Lurgan last Saturday in Derrylin, Fermanagh, the final score was 3-10 to 0-07. Attracta's Community School Team who reached the All-Ireland Colleges B Final following their defeat of the Ulster Champions, St. Congratulation to manager Colm McGee, and his St. Our Minor players Jason Perry, Cian Gilmartin, Darragh Kilcoyne, Paddy Killian, Niall Brennan Jack McIntyre were all part of the squad. The date/time/venue for the final will be confirmed later.

JUNIOR LADIES FINAL...... They have performed brilliantly to get to this final and they would really appreciate your support. Ruth Goodwin and Laura Ann Laffey are in the unique position of going for three county titles with the club, having previously won in 2007 and 2017. (Please share and spread the word). Farnan's in the championship final this Saturday (7th) in Collooney at 12.00. This is a very young team made up mainly of under 16 and minor girls, with a few more experienced players making up the panel. Please show your support.....with flags/colours and by attending the final. Our junior ladies play St.